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New time limit from each decision

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In Cast v Croydon College (19 March 1998) EOR80B, the Court of Appeal has ruled that a decision by an employer may be a separate act of discrimination for time-limit purposes, whether or not it is made on the same facts as before, providing it results from a further consideration of the matter and is not merely a reference back to an earlier decision. The Court of Appeal also adopts an expansive interpretation of what amounts to a continuing act of discrimination.